Simple Organization Hacks for a Home or Office

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Do you feel like your home or office is constantly cluttered and dirty? Instead of waiting for the mess to build up, it is better to take a proactive approach to organize and clean the space. By implementing a few organizational hacks and hiring a maid service to help, it is possible to keep your home or office clean throughout the week.

Hack #1: Kitchen Tray for Makeup StorageOrganization for Home or Office

If you are constantly battling clutter on the bathroom counter, consider using a utensil tray in the drawer of your bathroom. This tray will make it easy to organize makeup so that you can find exactly what you need. Sort the eyeshadow, lipstick, and mascara tubes into the different sections of the utensil tray for easy, organized access.

Hack #2: Toilet Paper Tubes for Cords

It can be frustrating to have a mess of tangled cords and plugs. Instead of letting everything get twisted together, use toilet paper tubes to wrap up each cord. Fold up the cord several times and slip it through the middle of the tube, which will keep the excess length of the cord out of the way.

Hack #3: Shelves and Drawers

One reason you are dealing with a clutter problem is because there isn’t enough storage space for your personal items. By choosing a place for every item in your home, it is much easier to keep the space clean and clutter-free. If needed, add a dresser for drawer space, or put up a few shelves in your room to hold the items that are always sitting out.

Hack #4: Install Some Hooks

Having a few hooks on the walls of your closet or bathroom can help to eliminate the habit of dumping a jacket or robe over the back of a chair. Hang a few hooks in the bathroom to hold bath towels, hand towels, and bath robes. The hooks in the closet can be used for coats, belts, scarves, hats, and more.

Do you need help with ongoing cleaning in your home or office? A professional cleaning service can make it easy to keep your space clean and organized. Contact Trish Duarte and Ed Kennedy at MaidPro of Temecula/Murrieta for more details: (951) 506-6100